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Top 7 Youngest And Promising Entrepreneurs In Southern Africa

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Surely these seven young entrepreneurs from southern Africa have managed to build their own businesses,[1] and a few years to come, they will be more successful than they’re today.[5] Check also: Top 9 Youngest And Promising Entrepreneurs In East Africa Below is the list of youngest entrepreneurs in Southern Africa. 1 -Mogau Seshoene, 27, South Africa Founder: The Lazy Makoti ...

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Uganda 2016 / 17 Budget Reading

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Uganda –  [9]Mr Kasaija says agriculture is key to creating wealth and employment. He says the 2014 Population and Housing Census indicates that household reliance on subsistence farming has risen to 69% from 68% between 2002 and 2014. This, he says represents a higher number of households reporting Agriculture as their main source of livelihood, even as Agriculture’s contribution to ...

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Top 9 Youngest And Promising Entrepreneurs In East Africa

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FORBES AFRICA spent months looking for the best entrepreneurs East Africa has to offer.[9] Research coupled with nominations from our readers brought numerous potential under 30s. We worked for weeks, verifying and investigating, to whittle it down.[4] Check also: Top 10 Youngest Billionaires In Uganda We favored entrepreneurs with fresh ideas and took into account their business size, location, potential, ...

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Uganda’s Richest Man Taken To Court Over $12,000 Debt

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Uganda’s richest man, Sudhir Ruparelia, has reportedly been dragged to court by one of his former contractors over $12,000 in unpaid wages.[9] Check also: Top 10 Youngest Billionaires In Uganda Contractor John Martin Ofwono claimed in court last week that Ruparelia employed him as a casual laborer in October 2005 to cut papyrus reeds that had overgrown at the prestigious Speke ...

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Wapakhabulo’s Daughter Appointed As The 1st ED Of National Oil Company


The Uganda National Oil Company (Noc) board yesterday announced the appointment of Dr Josephine Kasalamwa Wapakhabulo, as the first ever chief executive officer of the oil body.[4] Check Also: Singapore Advises Uganda To Forget Oil, Concentrate On Agriculture Dr Wapakhabulo, [2]daughter of the late Speaker of Parliament James Wapakhabulo, beat three other contenders, according to sources familiar with the search process. These ...

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